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Argentine and Chilean Wines assessed: current releases and other thoughts

What wines from this region typically lack, however, is refinement and finesse. For this reason, they are virtually never my go to wines on any occasion when I’m drinking for pleasure. The one exception to that statement is the white wine that I think is the region’s biggest success story to date–Torrontés. Continue reading

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